Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Former Neighbours actor Craig McLachlan charged with indecent assault

Former Neighbours actor Craig McLachlan charged with indecent assault

Actor and singer Craig McLachlan has been changed with assault and sex offenses by Victoria Police.

The actor will face court next month with 10 criminal charges - one count of common assault, eight counts of indecent assault and one count of attempted indecent assault.

After the allegations against McLachlan first emerged a year ago, the actor launched a defamation suit against two Australian news organizations — Fairfax Media and the Australian Broadcasting Corp.

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'Craig is innocent of these charges which will be vigorously defended, ' the spokesman said.

No further details were given as to the nature of the allegations.

All charges come from the time McLachlan was starring as Frank-N-Furter in the Rocky Horror Show in Melbourne.

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He was cast as Henry Ramsay, brother of Kylie Minogue's character Charlene, in Neighbours, and appeared in 800-plus episodes before winning a Gold Logie for the most popular personality on TV.

He later went on to appear in rival Australian soap "Home And Away" from 1990 to 1991, playing Grant Mitchell.

McLachlan has denied the claims and commenced defamation action against the Herald, The Age, the ABC and Whelan Browne.

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